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Scott’s Movie Journal #7

The Climb (Michael Angelo Covino, 2019) (first view) A very promising debut. Each scene is handled in one shot, and while its bravura sometimes threatens to eclipse its beauty, the writing and performances are so honest that it doesn’t really...


The Aftermath: Clean-Up, by Scott Nye

The Aftermath is the worst kind of not-good movie – one that flirts with legitimacy, thoughtfulness, and maturity, only to pull the rug out from under you and insist the easiest narrative, told with the least consideration to the conflict...


Colette: Ripening Seed, by David Bax

In Wash Westmoreland’s Colette, Dominic West plays a theatre critic (actually, he plays a charlatan but one of the things his character fakes well is theatre criticism). He observes that, while you can put down a boring book or look away...

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